New Delhi: The second wave of Corona has caused concern in the world as well as in India. Corona had to cancel cricket tournaments in India, including the IPL. Because of this, the BCCI is worried that the BCCI has a chance to host the ICC Cricket T20 World Cup in India this time, but the sword is now hanging over Corona. The BCCI had earlier planned that if the T20 World Cup is not possible in India, it will be successfully held in the UAE, but now the Board of Control for Cricket in India has come up with one more backup plan. & Nbsp;
The BCCI has started making a backup plan. The BCCI has started talks with Oman Cricket over some matches for the T20 World Cup. A senior official of Oman Cricket has confirmed this. The ICC this week gave the BCCI a month to respond to its preparations for hosting the tournament in October-November. & nbsp;
While a third wave of corona virus is feared in India, the tournament is proving difficult in India. The ICC has asked the UAE to be ready as a standby venue. At the same time, it has been said that other Gulf countries should be prepared for hosting some matches.
The hosting authority will be with the BCCI, Oman Cricket Secretary Madhu Jesrani said. Chairman Pankaj Khimji is in talks with the BCCCI, which is originally to host the tournament. & Nbsp;
BCCCI starts talks & nbsp;
Oman is all set to host the World Cup. Jasrani further said that talks with the BCCCI are still ongoing. The ICC has asked us for a few things, it is in search of a host venue. We have explained about this. We have told them that we are ready for this. We have two turf pitches, one with floodlights.
Oman is one of 16 teams to participate in this year’s T20 World Cup. Cricket in this country is purely business based, and is overseen by Khimji Ramdas, a businessman of Indian descent. Jasrani also said that the BCCI has till June 28 to give a final answer on whether to hold the World Cup or not, and Oman Cricket will have to wait till then. & Nbsp;